11 December 2014
Drug resistant infections will kill an extra 10 million people a year worldwide by 2050 unless action is taken, a study says.
The NHS is setting up 11 centres to unlock the secrets of DNA and develop tests and drugs to target cancer and rare genetic diseases.
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